Double ring brooch | V 1200-1300 Gold, cast; saphire. From England. "This unique jewel is likely to have been made for a wealthy lady or perhaps, in view of its size, a child. It was used to fasten a garment at the neck."
Medieval Zoomorphic Sapphire Gold Ring. An important piece, horizontally set with a sapphire cabochon, originally used as a bead with lengthwise drill hole, in a closed back collet setting, bezel gripped either side by two pairs of gaping mouths of animals, possibly dragons, with their bodies flowing round the band, their forelegs outstretched towards their heads, their hindlegs swallowed by gaping snakes whose tails intertwine to form the rest of the band, circa 12th - 14th century.